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Welcome to the Southwest Section of The Wildlife Society!

Here you can find all of our services and information about what is going on in our Section. Please take some time to explore this website. We are always looking for more pictures and content. Please email us at swsectiontws@gmail.com to submit photos and/or stories that you would like to offer for use on our website.

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Southwest Section Fall Newsletter Now Available

Click here to download the fall newsletter and learn more about activities within the Southwest Section.


Southwest Section Bylaws Amendment

The Southwest Section membership voted to make the following amendment to the Section bylaws:

Article V Elections and Officers – Section 1- Clause E – change from

“A member may be elected for no more than 2 consecutive terms in the same elected position. With the exception of the Treasurer, who may hold that office for as long as he/she desires, or until a new Treasurer is elected by the membership.”

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“A member is elected for two consecutive one year terms, and does not have to run for their second term, when elected as Secretary or Treasurer. The two year terms of these two positions are staggered so they can only overlap for one year.”

View the amended bylaws here.


Southwestern Wildlife Graduate Student Scholarship

New this year, the Southwest Section is offering a scholarship for graduate students. The 2018 deadline for applications has passed. The award winner will be announced by February 7th, 2019.


AZ-NM Joint Annual Meeting Registration Now Live

The AZ-NM Joint Annual Meeting will be in Albuquerque, NM at the Marriott Pyramid February 7-9th, 2019. To register, please click here. More information available is on the NM TWS website.

Texas Chapter Meeting Website

The Texas Chapter meeting will be February 20-23 at the La Torretta Lake Resort and Spa in Montgomery, TX. Visit the meeting website for more information.


Harris’ hawk. Cave Creek, AZ. ©Bruce Taubert